LABRADORITE - information
Labradorite, also known as “spectrolite,” belongs to the feldspar group of minerals. It is a silicate compound that consists of sodium, calcium, and aluminum. The stone features colors that alternate from shimmering greenish to gray or bluish. The crystalline structure of labradorite is not perpendicular but "slanted,” which results in the stone's beautiful iridescent colors. Its name derives from its first location in Labrador, Canada. Them most beautiful and pure labradorite stones can be found in sites located in Finland and Madagascar. It is said that the stone strengthens the body's defenses; also, that the stone has a very calming and balancing effect on its wearer and inspires enthusiasm, wealth of ideas and creativity.